- Owners admit sale of Premiership club yet to be completed
- Some staff members yet to receive any of August’s wages
Worcester’s home fixture against Exeter on Sunday is in serious doubt over unpaid wages to staff and suppliers bills while the owners admitted on Wednesday night the sale of the club had not been completed.
The Warriors are due to stage their first home match of the season against the Chiefs but suppliers, who are required to run a matchday at Sixways, had set a deadline of 5pm on Wednesday to be paid. Senior figures at the club had separately called for the outstanding salaries of staff members – some of whom were yet to receive any of August’s wages – to be paid first.
Written by Gerard Meagher
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